Being from southern part of India I always struck to my roots and celebrated all the south Indian Festivals . This post is all about few edits on the festive looks. I had so much time to introspect and figure out on working on something that reflects my tradition. This Diwali I wanted to light up my look through my favorite colors. I have curated 4 looks for the evening of celebration.
Look1 : Black with Pastel.....
I am a fan of pastels and this outfit from my label is the perfect justice to my taste for the day. Maang tika is my all time favorite , for that matter any head accessory is on my favorite list. This is a very simple yet very catchy look for any festival.
Look2 : Black with pink pop.....
Pink pop always brightens up any dark base. This minimal tie and die pink pop cape is my addition for the look 2. I kept jewelry constant for the look.
Look3: Quirky Prints with Solids and an off shoulder....
The elephant printed off shoulder crop top and a solid neon red is my simplest of choices. I chose oxidized jewelry with a pink and orange hints on them. I loved to keep it minimal on the makeup hair and jewelry to avoid any overhead.
Look4: Floral slit top and a base skirt...
For look 4 I have chosen florals inspired by the fall season , matching it with a red skirt for the base and a marsala lipstick.
"The Chic Iconic" is wishing you a very Happy and safe diwali. On that note let us put an effort to achieve a cracker free diwali. Put your hands together for a more cleaner and greener earth and Pledge for the earth to be a more safer place to our coming generations.
Outfits by : Pastels and Pink by Shrithi
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